Tara Firma Inn Volcano
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... I don’t usually take two yoga classes per day, but there is often a class from 4:30-6:00, so if I didn’t go in the morning I might go to this one. Otherwise I might go for a short walk or bike ride, do some laundry, lie in a hammock, take another shower, or eat ice cream at Hale Aloha.
6:00 – Dinner. It feels like the days are structured around meal times and we are always eating. There is always an awesome dessert at ...
... of the park, with a long winding drive up to the Lodge you find this beautiful Hawaiian Craftsman lodge. Plenty of privacy, peace, walks and trails on the property prepare you for your trip up to the park. An almost magical experience in itself. Comfort is key and attention to detail inside and out is wonderful. Nothing left to chance with even a nearby Innkeeper to cater ...
... to show how much lava actually does move about to create this very unique island.
Next we headed over to the volcano itself to see it close up and have a quick look in the museum. Although we had to stay quite a distance back, it was still amazing to see an actual active volcano. There isn't really much to see as it's just a huge crater with smoke billowing out of it, but it just felt strange knowing what was actually going on inside the crater and that it's got ...
... My favorite was the coconut. Also before leaving Hilo, we decided to go to the grocery store to get some snacks and more water for the hike that night. We got tropical fruit snacks, granola bars, large water bottles (we were told we should have three liters of water per person on the hike), and marshmallows, roasting sticks, and two whisks. I'll explain these last three, unusual purchase later.
Our hotel is Volcano Inn. Apparently we are ...
... could also find refuge here during times of battle. The grounds just outside the Great Wall that encloses the puʻuhonua were home to several generations of powerful chiefs. Here as we walked on the grounds, we found beautiful wood carvings and palm thatched roofs. The beach was preserved and therefore no swimming was allowed. The grounds are pristine and gorgeous beyond words. We enjoyed walking the coast and then headed back to our car to drive to our last destination of ...
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